KiTTY is a fork from version 0.71 of PuTTY, the best telnet / SSH client in the world.
KiTTY is only designed for the Microsoft Windows platform. For more information about the original software, or pre-compiled binaries on other systems, you can go to the Simon Tatham PuTTY page. KiTTY has all the features from the original software, and adds many others as decribed in this website

The very first requested features:

  • Sessions filter
  • Portability
  • Shortcuts for pre-defined command
  • The session launcher
  • Automatic logon script
  • URL hyperlinks

Technical features:

  • Automatic password
  • Automatic command
  • Running on remote session a locally saved script
  • ZModem integration

Graphical features:

  • An icon for each session
  • Send to tray
  • Transparency
  • Protection against unfortunate keyboard input
  • Roll-up
  • Always visible
  • Quick start of a duplicate session
  • Config Box

Other features:

  • Automatic saving
  • pscp.exe and WinSCP integration
  • Binary compression
  • Clipboard printing
  • The PuTTYCyg patch
  • Background image
  • New command-line options

Bonus:

  • A light chat server is hidden into KiTTY
  • A hidden text editor is integrated into KiTTY

What's New:

  • Feat: add -defini option to create a new default configuration file
  • Fix: kageant "Saved Sessions" opens PuTTY instead of KiTTY [#97]
  • Fix: issue with ssh:// handler management
  • Debug: working on [#113]: [Crash] Crashing calling ‘Change Setting’ from system menu